Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights offer adjustable wavelength and spectrum, higher yields, for indoor and greenhouse cultivation. Most models are dimmable and distribute broad, full-spectrum light anywhere from 50% to 100% while maintaining efficiency. Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights also offers a large 5’ x 5’ bloom coverage area and 8’ x 8’ foot vegetative coverage area. High efficiency of 2.5umol/j and 0–120-W power consumption contributes to efficient growing operations. Light output from our full spectrum grow lights promotes photosynthesis at all stages of growth and a comfortable environment to assess and maintain crops.
Full Spectrum LED Grow
Light features a rack lighting
solution designed for single
or multi-tier growers;
available in 660/720W;
Prices start at $500.
Light Distribution Curve:
Blue LED around 450nm promotes germination
|What is a good PAR reading for growing plants?
To determine how good your PAR output is, you’ll need to consider what stage your plants are in and what your goals are as a grower. PAR readings between 200-400 PPFD are great for seedlings, clones and mother plants.
These younger plants and mother plants have lower light intensity requirements than a flowering plant would, and extending out of this range would be overkill. Here, you will see growth rates between 30-55%.
As your plants progress through veg and you want to encourage robust, vegetative growth, PAR readings should be between 400-600 PPFD. Here, growth rates can spike up to 85%.
One common misconception is that to increase growth further, you can bump up PPFD. However, there are diminishing returns based on a plants specific stage of growth, and in this stage 85% growth is right where you want to be.
Once your plants are flowering, readings between 600-900 PPF are ideal. This will encourage heavy buds, and increase the quality and quantity of your harvest.
Once you shoot past 1,000 PPFD, your plants will reach a point where they can’t use anymore light.
They become carb limited, and the only way to increase growth further is by supplementing with CO2.
CO2 can be very effective at supercharging plant growth, but only if light is at a certain level (above 1,000 PPFD)